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17 Sep 14 - Science Women News

The Science Behind The Differences Between Men And Women
"All men in the world today are essentially biologically modified women, because we all start our embryonic lives as females.

Time to Raise the Profile of Women and Minorities in Science
Gloria Steinem said, “Women have always been an equal part of the past. We just haven't been an equal part of history.

'Decoding Annie Parker' Focuses On Women, Breast Cancer And Changing ...
The first time I watched Decoding Annie Parker (DAP) I sat in a near-empty theater. Perhaps I shouldn't have been surprised that a film about two exceptional women, breast cancer and science wouldn't draw crowds on a sunny day. The movie, directed by ...

WISE Symposium rallies women in aerospace, science, engineering
PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, Fla - The Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC ) at Patrick Air Force Base, Florida hosted their first Women In Science and Engineering (WISE) Symposium Sept. 10-11. The event was created to help encourage ...

The missing women of Indian science
These are the first women scientists to have been nominated to the council. The union minister for science and technology, Jitendra Singh, also announced a fresh scheme titled KIRAN (Knowledge Involvement in Research Advancement through Nurturing) ...

Science losing out to 'men are from Mars and women from Venus' myth
''The idea that women like the colour pink because it made them better able to pick berries - it's nonsense,'' she said.

The Limited Edition Female Scientist
Recently. Lego released a limited edition set called the "Research Institute" that included female scientists (a chemist, astronomer, and paleontologist).

Women Dominate in Profile Awards for Science and Technology Journalism
Women dominated the top five positions in the 14th Profile Awards for science and technology journalism, announced at Wits University on Thursday 11 September 2014.

Why Do Women Belly Dance?
The researchers recruited 112 belly dancers from two dancing schools in Adelaide, Australia, along with 101 college women who had never participated in this activity before.

Yes, it's official, men are from Mars and women from Venus, and here's the ...
The contribution to science by women has been limited. There is zero evidence that women are less intelligent than men, but women are under-represented in engineering and in academic positions in research at universities, especially in maths and science.

The top 50 science stars of Twitter
Although the index is named for a woman, Science's survey highlights the poor representation of female scientists on Twitter, which Hall hinted at in his commentary. Of the 50 most followed scientists, only four are women. Astronomer Pamela Gay of ...

Eve's Expectations: How Bias Impacts Christian Women in Science
Ten years ago, former Harvard president Lawrence Summers was pressured to resign after making comments about women's supposed genetic inferiority for math and science. There seems to be no solid evidence that such overall biological setbacks ...

Women donate their brains to science
Two Christchurch women are flying to Auckland to see where their brains will be preserved when they die. Kimberley Dark, 34 and Rachel Rijpma, 39, both have Huntington's Disease (HD).

Why Women Don't Stick With The Sciences
In 2010, The National Science Foundation reported that women earned 49 percent of doctoral degrees in all science, engineering and health fields. But they held just 39 percent of postdoctoral positions and 32 percent of full-time faculty positions.

Diversity in Science: Where Are the Data?
Gender: This is the most commonly cited diversity category in relation to science and engineering education and employment, for the simple reason that most nations count men and women (though not transgender individuals). On average, women remain ...

Top science jobs for women: CSIRO gender inequality is just the tip of the ...
But it must have been disheartening to read Monday's compelling dissection of the role of women in the national science agency. Judy Eastham, who used to work at CSIRO, wrote it would take 130 years for women to achieve equality in the organisation if ...

Women Are Majoring In The Lower-Paying STEM Fields
Lower-paying jobs, meanwhile, tend to be in the health and life sciences fields, which have a much higher proportion of female majors. (It's worth noting that these figures include only people without graduate degrees. Women make up a growing share of ...

Women Don't Stick with the Sciences. Here's Why.
At each stage of the scientific ladder—undergraduate to graduate to postdoc—more women than men leave the academic sciences, a phenomenon that has been termed “the leaky pipeline.” In 2010, The National Science Foundation reported, women earned ...

Women in politics: Gillibrand and Davis memoirs
Two prominent women in politics, New Yorker Kirsten Gillibrand, who replaced Hillary Clinton in the U.S. Senate, and Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis, who shot to fame in pink sneakers with an abortion-rights filibuster, are out this month ...

We Need More Women in Energy and STEM
Despite the enormous gains women have made in many professional fields, there is still a noticeable gender gap when it comes to science and energy. The lack of women in these science and math-based positions is detrimental to society at large. Gender ...

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